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Wärtsilä’s Record Breaking Scrubber Deliveries in 2020

The technology group Wärtsilä managed a record-breaking amount of scrubber deliveries in 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights the continued interest in...

Excess Supply Of HSFO Expands Scrubber Spread

Ample supply of high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) in northwest Europe has widened the "scrubber spread" between the price of 3.5pc sulphur product and IMO-compliant...

Ban on Discharge of Scrubber Wash Water in Territorial Waters

Turkey has banned the discharge of scrubber wash water in its territorial waters following in the footsteps of a number of governments, including that...

Scrubber Installation in Ships, A Solution To Decarbonize

The use of exhaust gas cleaning systems, also known as scrubbers, on board vessels, is likely to get a leg-up. It can be...

Seaspan Acquires 2 More Scrubber Fitted Containerships

  Seaspan today enters into an agreement to acquire two quality 8,500 TEU scrubber-fitted containerships on long-term charter with a global liner customer. The...

VDL AEC Installs 24 Scrubbers On Maran Vessels

VDL AEC Maritime says it has completed the Installation of 24 scrubbers on vessels of Athens based ship owner Maran Dry Management Inc, reports...

Update on Scrubber Discharge Bans in Countries & Ports

Countries and Ports to hold Restrictions on EGCS Discharges Apply, an article was published on North P&I Club. Scrubber in shipping industry It is known that...

Seaspan Inks Deal for Six 15,500 teu Scrubber-fitted Boxships

Seaspan enters into an agreement with a major shipyard for six 15,500 TEU modern newbuild container ships, says a press release published on their...

Foreship Expects Scrubber Demand to Increase

Independent naval architect and marine engineering specialist Foreship on Friday (26 March) said with around 60 exhaust gas scrubber references it suggests that better...

Yara Marine Scrubbers Can Lower CO2 Emissions

According to an article published in Tanker Operator, Operating with scrubbers + heavy fuel oil can mean a shipping company makes lower CO2 emissions...
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